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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Opinion oi the Attorney General. The Attorney General has given the following opinion, as to the operations of the anti-licence law pasaeed by the lust legisla¬ ture : Although the 14th section of the Act of April 13th, 185$entitled "An . Act to restrain the sale of iiuoxicating liquors," declares* that no license gianted between ihe date of the act and the Jirst of July next, shall authorize the retailing of liquorsby innkeepers after the first day of October next, yet the act does not provide for any apportionment of the price of the license for a less period than one year ; and innkeepers whose licenses have been granted since the date of the act, must therefore pay the price of a whole year' s licenseto enable them to continue their business until the first day of October next, at which time al! such licensas will expire by the express terms of the iaw. After the first day of July next, no licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors can be granted or issued in any other ...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ORPHANS' COURT SALE. [Estate of J. McCartney Sankey dee'd.) T)Y virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court J of Huntingdon county, will be sold at public sale 011 .the promises in .Henderson township on Thursday the 14th day of June, 1855 , all that certain farm, or plantation on wnich the deceased resided in his life time, adjoining Isnds of John Colestock, Jamos Porter and others, containing 210 ACRES and 112 perches, and allowance; having J^-JL thereon erected, a good frame house, ]£f|l?t bank-barn, and other out-buildings. Thisjfcllijj. farm is but three miles distant from tho borough of Hmitingdon, and in a good state of cu'tb-ation, Terms of Sale :—One th.ird of the purchase money to be paid on the confirmation of sale, and the residue in two equal annual payments, with interest, to be secured by the bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. "^ " ALEX. PORT, May 22, 1S85. Adm'r.
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
PROCLAMATION YT/HEREAS the act of assembly of the ' \ V 2.7th day of March A. D. 1S55 has greatly extended the limits of the borough of Hunting, don, and whereas all the laws now in force relating to the said borough, and the by-laws and ordinances thereof are extended to the territory included in the new limits of said borough, and whereas the citizens may not bo informed of the new relation in which they are placed in regard to the premises-Notice is therefore given to all wlwm it maj concern, that the borough ordinances, generally, and more especially those relating to hnge and dogs running at large, in said borough, will be strictly enforced,from and afler the firs,t day of. Juno next. By said ordinance ihe owners of dogs are required to pay a dog tax, and dogs running at large, without being muzzled, are lo be killed and their owners fined, and hogs running at large arc to be seized and sold by the high constable. All the good citizens arc hereby enjoined to conform lo ...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Nonday, May 31, P. M—The receipts and stocks of Flour continue small, and prices arc well maintained. Tlic demand for shipment, is limited, but there is more inquiry for home consumption, and 15 a 1600 barrels have .been disposed of :it 810,50 a 11 per barrel for common and good brands, and Sllall,37?i for extra, mostly at §11,25 for the latter description, ineluding-250 barrels, a fancy brand at a price not made public. Rye ITlour and Corn Meal arc quiet—1. 00 barrels of the former sold at 87,25 ; the latter is held at So per barrel. Grain—There is little or no Wheat arriving, and the market is nearly bare. Sales of 1000 bushels prime Pennsylvania white atS2,67, and 2000 bushels red at §2,50 per bushel. Rye is lower—small pales at $1,50 a 1,55. Corn is in good demand and 14 a 15,000 bushels yellow were disposc . d of, p:\rtat Sl,12, afloat, and $1,11 in store, and part on private terms. In-Gats no change.
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
WJESTMB1£&&X [''$ 1LASJ5ES' & GKKTSJEMEK'S' BOOT & SHOE STORE. A. Sew SS«©2l SnHt 5S.ccesY<sja.. PfOjJ LEVI WESTBHOOK informs his old Bteleurftoiners and the pub'.is crtnerally that lie has just received from •Philadelphia, a Isrgc assortment of Boots an'd Shoes, com- , prising every kind u.nd'variety of Gentlemen's Boots, Gaitovs,' Monroes, Ties, Slippers, &c. Ladies' fine Gaitor Boots, Buskins, and Ties of I lie latest and most approved styles. Boys', Misses' and Children 's Boots, Lace Boots, Gaiturs and Shuts 01 every btyle und variety now. worn. Also, Lasts and ?tlorocco Skini. Huntingdon, Mcy 15, 1S55.
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
The Sober Second Thought. Some sixty gentlemen of the democratic party in the county of Lauderdale, Mississippi, have published a card announcing their witndrawal from the know-nothing organization. M- A. McKinnon, the president of the know-nothing council at Oxford, Mississippi, also publishes a card announcing bis withdrawal, and giving a history of the origin , progress, and plans of the order in that county. In this state, in every county, thosa who were followers of the distinguished leaders of the Democratic and Whig parties, are daily withdrawing from the Know-Nothings.— Tndfed there sefims to be a general " cave in " of the order in all parts of ihe country.
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
. STATIONARY DAjSUEKREIAN GALLERY, E P.rRETTYMAN taJics this mcUiod to 1 inform, the citizens of .Huntingdon and all others, that he Jias permanently located in Huntingdon, where lie -viil be pleased.to attend to all that call 01? him fbtgood and.:never la. ding pictures^ " ¦ ¦ Galles-y a.t RasSroaa iflouse, where he cuii be found at all hours ' between 8. A. III. and 5 P. M.. Pictures warranted cor. rector no charge. ' . . Jilr, Pretty man 'guarantees 1q give full satis, faction to all that patronize him ; all shall be pleased with his pictures or no charge. /funtingdon, May I, 1855.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
^ hun ' t ' ingdon. pa "Wednesday, May 23, 1855. Circulation—the largest in the County. See-New Adv.—Estate notice of John Conrad, dee'd. Six hundred five gallon kegs wanted. Proclamation by Chief Burgess Cremer. A farm of 210 acres for sale on the 14th June.
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
The End or a Glutton.—English papers mention the suicide of a Mr. Jlaylslone, whe ten years ago was wort-h one hundred and fifty thousand pounds sterling, which he has since squandered in the gratification of his appetite. He had agents in China, Mexico, Canada, and other places,to supply him with the rarest delicacies, and a single dish sometimes cost him fifty pounds. At length, on the 15th of last April, nothing was left him but a solitary guinea, a shirt, and battered hat. He bought a woodcock with the guinea , which he had served up in the highest style of the culinary art; he gave himself two hours for an easy digestion, and then jumped into the Thames from Westminster bridge.
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. J" ETTTRS of administration having been _l granted to the undersigned," on the estate of John Conrad, Esq., late of Jackson township, dee'd, all persans having claims against this estate \vill_j>rosent them for settlomem, and those indebted will make payment to WM.B. SMITW, I T , . ROBERT JOHNSON, $ JaCKSont PDANIEL CONRAD, Franklin tp. Administrators. May 22, 1855, • '
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ATTENTION. 1S T Battalion of 4th Brigade 14tli Divisioa Pennsylvania Volunteers. By order of Major Gco. W. Garretson, you arc ordered to meet at Huntingdon on Tuesday the 29th- day of May for three days training. Companies comprising 1st Battallion :—Scott Artillery, Capt. J.jJ.Dell; Huntingdon Guards, Capt. A. S. Harrison ; Scott Infantry, Capt. George Dare, It. F. HASLETT, Adjutant. May 15, 1855.
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
WANTED, /Vy\ FIVE GALLON KEGS, to fill orders. \3v7vJ As the new temperance law passed by the late legislature will go in operation in October next, and as many wish to be prepared to obey the law, the demand for the least quantity to bo sold has already commenced, and to supply the demand the subscriber wants at least six hundred five r-allon kegs. ' .TAMES M'DONALD. Mill Creek, Mav 22, 1855. NEWS, FACTS AND FANCIES. Who has the Lost Watch ?—see advertisement, "Americans" ruling America—lhcl,ui,e Legis. lalurc; ! 03 s " lie who murmurs at Ills lot is like one baring hi* ftet to tread upon thorns. V/ill appear—this week, tho second number of the "American." CC7" i-icwis Baker, the murderer of Bill Poolc in New York iast winter, has been arrested. Returned—onr old friend James Ellis, from Oregon and California. He saw the ' elephant. 1 CCj" Quite a number of capitalists from the east aro now on a visit to the Broad Top coal region. DZT There were six hundred and eighty-four A...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
VYTheat by tlio Bushel and Flour by YY tfce Barrel, for sale at'the cheap new store of ' CUNNINGHAM &. DUNN. P ure "White Lead, fust received and. for sale by CUNNINGHAM &. DUNN. D ried Apples—pealed and unpoaled just received and for sale by CUNNINGHAM &. DUNN.
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
Just Received and for sale, Maekcrel, Shad, Herring,-Trout and Cod Fish by J .&.W. SAXTON. MARBLH YARD. 17.7ILLIAM WILLIAMS, would respect-V V fully call tho attention of the citizens of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stopk of BEAUTIFUL IsffiARBLE now on hand. He is prepared to furnish utthe shortest notice, Monumental Marble, TombTables and Stones, of every desired size and form, of ITALIAN OR EASTERN MARBLE, highly finished, and carved with appropriate devices, or plain, as may suit. Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c., will be furnibhed to order. W. W. pledges himself to furnish material und workmanship equal to any in tho country , at a fair price. Call and see, before you pur. chase elsewhere. Shop on Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa. Huntingdon, May 1G, 185G.
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
SALAMANDER SAFES. BE VANS & WATSON, No. 26 Souih Fourth Street^ greXt fire, chest-NUT & FIFTH Streets, Friday morning, December 51h, 1854. Evans & Watson's Salamander SAFES triumphant, as they always are when put to the test. Philadelphia, Dec. 15, 1854. Messrs. Etajs-s & Watsoh, No. 29 South FOURTH St, Philadelphia. Gentlemen :—We lake much pleasure in recommending your Salamander Safes to merchants and others in want of a secure means of preserving their books, papers, & c. from fire, as the one we purchased from you about seven months since has preserved our books, papers and cash in as good a condition as they were when put i nto it, before the great fire of this morning, which destroyed the entire block of buildings corner of Chestnut and Fifth streets. The above safs was in use in our office, on the second floor of oui building, from which place it fell into the cellar, and remained there uniil the fire was out. The safe was ihen rem...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS TWO PREMIUMS AWARDED AT TIIE LATE CRYSTAL PALACE EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK TO THE Oldest Type Foundry in the IT . T^STABLISHED by Binney & Ronaldson in Vi 1796, on the base of Sowers' German town Foundry of 1739. The long experience of the several proprietors <>f the "PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY" enables L. JOHNSON & CO., to offer the largest variety of Printing Types, and all the appurtenances of a Printing OfBce, to be found in any establishment in the United States : and of a quality, too, which is deemed unrivaled. The composition of the metal used is calculated to afford the greatest durability ; while the scrupulous care exercised in the fitting up of the type is such as to insure accuracy and squareness of body,&c. Our facilities arc so extensive as to enable us to fill orders of any amount. Estimates given in detail (with the cost) of all the materials required for a Newspaper office. Plain and Fancy Types, a...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS. T. K, Simonlon Ag't,, Huntingdon. MONEY , Packages, and Goods of allI kinis, received and forwarded at the risk of Hie Company, to all the cities and principal towns in the United States. J. SIMPSON AFRICA. j. F. BAMET. AFRICA & RAMEY, PRACTICAL SURVEYORS* AFFICE with Daniel Africa, Esq.,Hill street, \J between Montgomery and Smith stretls, Hunting do^ Pa. ^ [Sept 13, '54. R. A. MILLER, D. d7s^ A RTIFIC1AL TEETH, from one ,£ •*-». XA.to a-full set, mounted in the most (W fpPPI improved modern style. " ¦*^-U_uj* Filling, Filing and Cleaning done with ca ce and neatness. Teeth Extracted with all the ease and iJes. patch that modern science can furnish, Huntingdon, March 8, 1854. JOUN SCOTT. SAMUEL T. BROUN SCOTT & BROWN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HUNTINGDON , PA. O FFICE same as that formerly ocoupie.i bv Mr. Scott. * Huntingdon, Oct. 17,1853. OTEffl Mo 3?3E®WKjir~ ATTORNEY AT LAW, " Will attend faithfully to all legal business i;> t...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
ARMITAGE'S Electro-Magnet Lightning Rods A FTER. many years' close investigation XX and numerous experiments, the Pattenteo sakes pleasure in informing the public thai ha has arrived at the true principles of protecting families, dwellings and property frern the destructive influence of Lightning. The calamities that every City, Town, Village and Country falls victim to annually, through the gross negligence of its inhabitants, is beyond calculation, especially when the remedy is so easy to obtain—this is found in Armitage's Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods, and in this alone. This Rod has been examined by the most scientific gentlemen in the world Professors M'Murtrie, Johnson, Wnllor ant many others that have examined them, recom. mend and speak of them in the highest terms of approbation, and have pronounced them the only safe rods in use in this or any other eotm. try, for the protection of Lives and Property. One advantage is to divide and throw back u part of the electric fl...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
SPRING kM SUMMER GOODS. SEBASTOPOL MOT TAKEI ! J. & W. SAXTON, H AVE just received from Philadelphia the handsomest assortment af Goods ever offered to the citizens of this place, and at lower prices than can be got at any other house, consisting as follows ;—DRESS GOODS, such as Summer Silks, Challeys, Beragcs, Lawns, &c, &c, FOR THE LADIES, Callicos, Chimazetts, Under-sleevcs, Laces and lhe greatest variety of dress Trimmings in town, BOOTS AND SHOES of every variety, such as fine Boots, Ladies' Gaitors, Misses' Gaitors and Slippers, Ladies' Buskins, and a great variety of Children's Boots and Shoes. HATS AND CAPS, such as white Silk, black Silk. Kossuth Hats of every variety. Panama and Straw Hats, and a beautiful assortment of Bonnets, English, Straw, Brade, Silk ami Crape Bonnets, Bloumer Hats and Flats for children. HARDWARE AND QUBENSWARB, of every variety and at lower prices than ever. Cloths, Cassimers and Summer Goods of every variety and color....
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 23 May 1855
H0SF0RD & MILLER, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., Iowa, \ RE prepared to transact any business per. _i_JL_ taining to the purchase and sale of land, oi Town Lots, investigation of titles, transfers and conveyances generally. We have located ourselves in the interior for that purpose and will personally survey and carefully examine any tract of land within our reach, give correct and prompt information concorning Congress Lands in the Dubuque and Des Moincs Land Districts, in any of the sur. rounding counties, especially on the proposed lines of Railroads from Dubuque west and the Cedar River Valley Railroad. Persons wishing to make safe investments by having careful selections made would do well to address or give us a call. Lands located on time for settlers. Fayineni of taxes punctually attended to. Townshi f plots of latest date always on hand. 36,900 Acres of choice Farming Land, for sale from 62 toS5 per acre. Also several srnnlj lots of timber of good quality. Likewise 2...